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The Monkey Buffet Festival takes place every year in Lopburi, Thailand. During the festival, people offer fruits, vegetables, and candies to the monkeys that live around the ancient temple of Phra Prang Sam Yot.

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Loy Krathong, or “floating basket” festival, takes place in Thailand. People pay respect to the water spirits by floating small rafts carrying flowers, bamboo and candles on waterways. It is believed the rafts carry away bad luck and usher in good fortune.

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The Surin Elephant Round-up is held every year in Thailand during the third weekend of November. Activities include elephants parading through the streets, partaking in the famous “elephant breakfast” and demonstrations, games, and traditional events.

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The Songkran Festival is a national holiday in Thailand that marks the beginning of the Thai New Year. The word Songkran means astrological passage and is a traditional Buddhist festival. Learn more in our blog post.

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The Songkran Festival celebrates the traditional Thai New Year from April 13-15. The word Songkran comes from a Sanskrit phrase meaning “passage of the sun.” It is a time for house cleaning, family gatherings, visiting temples, and throwing water. Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. By clicking through and making a purchase, we receive a small…

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